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... I'm so frustrated with my retina specialist. I don't know if she's being honest with me or if she's hiding that she messed up my eye. I'm not litigious. I just want the truth and the best treatment I can find that my insurance will cover. ... (3 replies)
... en meaning to do, but I just don't have the money and it's fairly expensive. Since I've already done an OCT, my next plan is to try flourescein, but I'll have to do that with a private doctor since the hospital wont elect to go further with this after the OCT came back with no problems. ... (10 replies)
... a grade 3 cataract in my right eye and a grade 1 in my left. At my age, I was told that the cataracts usually progress rapidly, so it might not be long before I need surgery on the left eye. I am considering the Tecnis multifocal lens but have concerns of how well it will work in only one eye. ... (0 replies)

... I'm 19 and have been very active on computers and other screens for many years and never had any problems. I have glasses for 10 years with no problems. I got my prescription updated over a year ago and had no problems, as usual, until about 5 months ago. ... (6 replies)
... Some people don't need to do the facedown thing...I didn't. I don't think most people do. But the recovery wasn't pleasant.... ... (3 replies)
... s did cause mild to severe vision loss when they happened. So, perhaps, my progress and current condition may not exactly predict yours. But it's a case history you may want to know... ... (3 replies)
... t a reason for it. He did do blood work to make sure my thyroid and electrolytes were in order and all turned out okay. I do have confidence in my current doctor. ... (0 replies)
... with the retina dangling and had to fly back home 1000 miles just to do the operation. So, there are lots of similarities but also some differences with your condition and surgery procedure. ... (15 replies)
... Thank you so much for your response. I found your posts earlier this morning regarding your journey, and started reading them, but then got tied up at work. ... (25 replies)
... capacity to quickly change focus between objects at different distances or even at different points along the same distance. I only drive close to home where I know all the turns as i can't easily identify new paths or quickly read street signs. ... (4 replies)
Apr 15, 2013
... it's year round. I think the allergy response is because they just don't know the answers or explanations for our complaints. ... (14 replies)
... Hi Legalbeagel, tubint pretty much explained it well. She is right to think that the surgeon should explain all these to you since you will be the one living with your eyesight, and any future plans that he has for you need to be informed and consensus to be reached. ... (10 replies)
... or gas perm contacts since fifth grade. For the last fifteen years, I've worn reading glasses over my contacts. ... (5 replies)
... Unfortunately or fortunately depend on how you look at it, you have a built in monovision. There is quite a difference between the two eyes here. If you were born like that and your vision is perfect monocularly and you are not having trouble, I don't see why you want to patch? ... (6 replies)
... and I've recently had my Corneas examined. I was unaware as to why I had to have my Corneas examined until recently. I just thought this was something I had to do every few years, I guess. Note that I went with my father and he recommended me to get examined. ... (5 replies)
... I am normally found over at the Pain Mgmt board, but just recently started having an issue with my vision, and I need some information if any of you folks have any. ... (3 replies)
... That's why I don't think my PCO is affecting my vision. I also read somewhere that if vision is worse in lower light, that could be PCO problems. But mine seems the same no matter what the lighting is. ... (36 replies)
A bit worried..
Oct 20, 2007
... I was wondering if i could get some advise or thoughts. I am a bit worried regarding my eyesight. I am in my late 20's. Have been wearing contacts now for about 15 years. ... (2 replies)
... the doctor said that eventually the posterior capsule would get very cloudy, and then they would do a YAG, leaving the edges of the cloudy capsule to block the edge glare from the crystalens. ... (36 replies)
... informed opinions and not sound medical advice from an expert. I understand you are afraid of going to the eye doc. and also, it sounds like you're afraid of your vision deteriorating. My thinking... ... (4 replies)

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